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1 Fire Alarm Systems Level III Content Outline The skills and knowledge listed under each task are suggestive of those involved in that task, but are not intended to constitute an exhaustive listing. 3.1 Submittal Preparation and Layout Tasks Questions related to these tasks 23-28% of the exam Analyze project requirements for the subject occupancy type. IBC, IFC, IRC NFPA 1, 70, 101 Read and interpret codes and standards. Communicate with architects, engineers, clients, AHJs, and the layout team to establish compliance needs. Verify project Verify proper compliance of the project s requirements with codes and standards Identify contractual criteria. Contract terminology, 101 Read and interpret contract documents. Review documentation for compliance with requirements of the AHJ and applicable fire and life safety codes and standards. Identify the scope of a contract. Identify conflicts in project documents. Document conflicts and offer corrected or alternate approaches. Navigate through documents to find system Coordinate project requirements with customer. Purpose of various project documents Responsibilities of various project stakeholders for project documents Communicate with customer to verify project Coordinate documentation with customer. Review plans with the customer and contractors Coordinate project requirements with design professionals. Purpose of various project documents Roles of architects and engineers Contractual relationships AIA A201 Communicate with all design professionals to verify project Coordinate the implementation of the design. Obtain approval for the submittal. Propose any alternative approaches or substitutions Identify site conditions. IBC, IFC, IRC, IMC, 101 Occupancy classifications Identify and record site conditions and any existing fire alarm detection equipment that may affect the fire alarm system. Establish contact with stakeholders who have a role in the site visit or project. Confirm current, specific site conditions for proper functionality of existing and/or newly proposed equipment of the fire alarm system. Identify any conflicts between as-built drawings and/or current site conditions and the new drawings Identify the AHJs and approval process for a project. IBC, IFC, IRC, IMC, 101 Identify appropriate AHJs. Communicate with the appropriate AHJs. Recognize and apply all relevant code enforcement requirements of specific AHJs. Explain system design criteria to appropriate AHJs. Page 1 of 6

2 3.1.7 Coordinate the creation of shop drawings. Fire Alarm Signaling Systems Handbook Contents of shop drawings Exhibit supervisory responsibility over the creation of shop drawings. Review drawings for compliance with codes, standards, manufacturers specifications, AHJ requirements, and contractual Coordinate the revisions and requirements with the CAD operator. Develop fire detection and signaling system architecture. Prepare shop drawings for submittal to AHJs. Apply the project requirements to the creation of shop drawings Calculate power, battery, and other Basic electricity Power calculations Ohm s and Kirchhoff s laws Calculate power requirements and battery standby times for all types of fire alarm systems. Calculate voltage drops, resistance, and current loads. Identify required primary, secondary, and trouble power supply sources Analyze specifications and drawings for installation criteria. IBC Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) MasterFormat AIA A201 Recognize and apply knowledge of adopted building codes and fire alarm codes and standards to shop drawings. Apply manufacturers specifications for equipment operation and system installation. Determine fire alarm system requirements by performing an analysis of the specifications and drawings. Identify conflicts between the project requirements and the project documents. Apply drawing conventions. Select fire alarm system equipment for compliance Research codes and standards., 101 IBC Aspects of projects for which government agencies have special requirements Identify appropriate codes and standards. Guide subordinates in identifying appropriate codes and standards. Understand the development process for codes and standards. Review plans for compliance with the jurisdiction s fire and life safety code Identify special requirements of governmental agencies and other AHJs. Identify any requirements for variances to the applicable codes and standards Prepare written technical reports. NFPA 72 Standard business communications practices Accurately convey fire alarm science, technology, codes, and standards in technical reports. Review plans for compliance with applicable jurisdictions fire and life safety code requirements and summarize findings. Develop correspondence for dissemination to stakeholders and the AHJs. Evaluate and follow standard business communications practices Implement contractual Contract concepts, practices, and terminology Typical contract sections and provisions Contract processes, including but not limited to submittal procedures Interpret contract Coordinate documentation as determined by Direct and/or assist in application of the contractual requirements during the production of submittal documentation. Write and/or assist in the creation of the scope of work. Identify inclusion and exclusions to meet contract Page 2 of 6

3 Develop a project schedule. Common factors that can impact a project schedule (including but not limited to sequence of construction, labor regulations, and so forth) Project schedule formats Labor estimation standards Project budgets and payment schedules (for example, schedule of values) Identify sources of information required for job scheduling. Identify critical milestones for the project, including but not limited to construction schedule, labor requirements, deliverables, and payment schedule. Identify project-specific factors that impact project scheduling. Develop a project schedule based on relevant information. Coordinate project schedule with all relevant trades. 3.2 Installation Tasks Questions related to these tasks 28-33% of the exam Develop an installation strategy for a project. Project management concepts Sequence of construction Project budgeting processes Review shop drawings and project specifications for development of installation strategy. Identify the type, location, and quantities of equipment required for the project. Develop a strategy for all phases of project. Coordinate proposed strategy with the project schedule Order installation materials. Equipment and materials distribution logistics Phases of an installation project and the materials required for each Purchasing procedures Project management concepts Identify specified equipment and materials. Identify supplier policies (such as pricing, repair, replacement policies, and technical assistance options). Confirm equipment and materials available meet project Resolve any conflicts with availability of equipment and materials. Coordinate delivery of equipment and materials with the job-site schedule Establish installation criteria for fire alarm system components. Installation procedures Manufacturers requirements for specific equipment Project specifications and shop drawings Ensure that relevant personnel are familiar with the products ordered. Identify sequence for pulling cables, mounting devices, and running conduit that comply with codes and standards. Determine the type of wire, cable, or conduit required for the fire alarm system application. Define and use the correct method for field wiring of system components Coordinate programming of the system. Programming concepts Boolean logic Fire alarm system types Methods for inputting programs to fire alarm systems Identify specified sequence of operation. Determine programming strategy to meet project specifications. Confirm correct software version and compatibility with site. Identify qualified technician to perform on-site programming. Page 3 of 6

4 3.2.5 Resolve on-site scheduling conflicts. Scheduling responsibilities of individuals in the job-site chain of command Knowledge of typical construction contracts and schedules Basic understanding of meetings and meeting conduct Communication documents (for example, Letter of Transmittal, Request for Information, Change Order forms, Request for Proposal, and so forth) and protocols Understanding of other trades and their roles on the job site Follow and distribute written policies and procedures for project scheduling conflicts. Communicate with stakeholders to resolve issues. Use proper documentation for specific tasks Establish the procedures for inspection and testing of a fire alarm system. NFPA 13, 25, 72, 90A, 90B, 92A, 92B ASME A17.1 Project specifications documents Testing tools and procedures Establish procedures for the inspection and testing of a fire alarm system in accordance with adopted building and fire codes and standards. Coordinate testing with other trades Document test completion. NFPA 13, 25, 72, 90A, 90B, 92A, 92B ASME A17.1 Project specifications documents Standard inspection and testing form Record of Completion form Document testing and completion in accordance with adopted building and fire codes, standards, and the AHJ. Properly organize documentation and records of testing Direct the development of as-built documents., 170 Installation practices and procedures Requirements and procedures for developing and recording as-built documents As-built drawings (terminology, symbols, notes, and so on) Purpose and function of as-built drawing information Collect the necessary data from the installers to create as-builts. Convey technical information to the CAD operator. Translate and record all necessary changes from original design onto as-built documents. Review and approve the final version of as-built documents Identify fire-stopping NFPA 70, 101 ICC Characteristics and applications of fire-stopping materials and devices Building construction Fire ratings of walls and fire-rated assemblies Identify conditions that require fire-stopping. Confirm that firestop devices, materials and methods used comply with adopted building codes and AHJ Supervise work-site safety. 29 CFR Parts and 1926 Army Corps of Engineers EM Safety documentation, including records and reports Communicate effectively the safety standards, procedures, and practices. Supervise and/or delegate supervision of worksite safety. Identify situations that may require additional resources, such as specialists to manage unusual risks (for example, fall protection). Follow and enforce specific safety standards and Create, organize, and maintain safety records. Recognize when improvements in practice are needed and implement those improvements. Page 4 of 6

5 Interface with other systems and trades., 101 ICC ASME A17.1 BACnet (Building Automation and Control Network) Computer port protocols Engineered smoke control systems (UL 864, UUKL listing) Project schedule Identify and analyze other building systems, and select compatible interface(s) to use with those systems. Communicate with other trades to coordinate the project schedule among different trades. Coordinate with other trades and/or contractors, or both, to test and implement the interface(s) to meet the project schedule 3.3 Testing and Maintenance Tasks Questions related to these tasks 15-20% of the exam Establish maintenance and testing procedures and standards. Manufacturers published instructions How to use test equipment Communicate testing procedures and requirements to technicians. Identify system deficiencies and/or issues reported by Coordinate testing results documentation and reporting. Communicate testing results to stakeholders Oversee troubleshooting and repairing of system deficiencies. Manufacturers published instructions System functions and operations Procedures for troubleshooting equipment and circuit problems Recognize and respond to indicators of problems in equipment or the system. Investigate the feasibility of repair(s) or replacement(s). Identify and investigate abnormal test results. Resolve system deficiencies and/or issues reported by 3.4 Education and Communication Tasks Questions related to these tasks 5-10% of the exam Train and mentor Level I and Level II coworkers. Basic methods for planning, conducting, and evaluating training Characteristics of effective mentors Adult learning principles Performance appraisal and feedback principles Communicate effectively with Convey proper company and job-site procedures and the requirements of codes and standards to Determine basic training needs of Preparation of basic shop drawings and installations Requirements for performing work-site tasks Analyze skill gaps of Develop and organize training to meet needs of 3.5 Management and Supervision Tasks Questions related to these tasks 17-22% of the exam Manage simultaneous projects. Resource management and potential trade-offs among multiple and/or simultaneous projects Principles of project management Project specifications for each project General construction principles Project scheduling methods using documentation and/or software Documentation and/or software used to measure progress Multitask to manage multiple projects. Analyze and maintain project schedules (for example, quantify and record progress and delays). Coordinate on-site staff regarding project schedules. Page 5 of 6

6 3.5.2 Manage staff. Principles of project management Basic labor cost concepts Project specifications Resource management principles Safety management principles Labor wage regulations Coordinate with other trades. Communicate with project teams. Communicate staff and resource needs to management. Communicate safety requirements to project teams. Analyze and document labor costs to project budget. Document labor wage regulations. Report project progress including labor and material costs Oversee the technical aspects of a job. ICC ASME A17.1, ANSI A117.1 Current fire alarm systems technology Codes, standards, specifications, and applications of fire alarm systems Manufacturers published instructions Project specifications Analyze and resolve technical issues. Identify resources necessary when resolving technical issues. Confirm and communicate proper application of codes, standards, specifications for project Resolve interpersonal conflicts. Best practices for handling and documenting interpersonal conflicts Basic principles of negotiation Communicate with affected parties. Negotiate settlements of conflicts. Document conflicts and actions taken to resolve them Communicate ethical standards and resolve ethics-related issues. NICET Code of Ethics Employer code of ethics Government regulations regarding ethics Communicate ethical standards and expectations to Review personnel issues and recommend action. Respond to possible ethical or legal violations in a fair and ethical manner. Communicate and document personnel issues with Human Resources and/or management, or both Oversee adherence to rules promoting safe work environment. 29 CFR Parts , , 1910, 1926, Army Corps of Engineers EM Manufacturers safety requirements Employer s safety requirements Safety documentation, including records and reports Follow safety procedures and protocols to ensure safety requirements are met. Communicate safety procedures and processes to Oversee and enforce adherence to safe practices. Alert proper parties to unsafe situations. Instruct subordinates in ways to promote a safe working environment. Recognize and correct unsafe work practices Monitor adherence to budgets. Basic budget concepts Basic math skills Budget tracking methods Costs of labor, material, and other resources needed Project specifications Calculate a preliminary budget estimate, including projected labor and material costs. Monitor project expenditures and compare with budget projections. Calculate actual labor and material costs. Communicate budget status via project reports. Calculate costs for project changes and the impact on the budget and schedule. Alert proper parties to any budget changes or modifications to the scope of work. Approved February 10, 2012 Page 6 of 6

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